Tool battery (Makita) mounts for ebikes

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Re: Tool battery (Makita) mounts for ebikes

Post by StinkyGoalieGuy » Dec 02 2020 12:20pm

Firedog,

Do you do any type of protection between the packs in series as described by this post here:
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Re: Tool battery (Makita) mounts for ebikes

Post by agniusm » Jan 31 2021 8:39am

I have made Makita rebuildable battery. Uses the top cover with a latch and screws.
Bought a trimmer and was not satisfied with run time. I can build 2 to 8P packs. Here is 3P 9.6AH:
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https://cults3d.com/en/3d-model/gadget/ ... ita-module

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Re: Tool battery (Makita) mounts for ebikes

Post by MorbidlyObeseKoala » Feb 04 2021 11:10am

Seriously awesome work there. I'd love to see a build thread on your custom power tool batteries.

For folks that have a few toys and don't rely on them for commuting, I still think having swappable power tool brick batteries is a great option. Not to mention you can rely on your tools to last much longer without worrying about going to the hardware store and finding out they don't make the ones in the proper shape to fit your tool anymore.

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Re: Tool battery (Makita) mounts for ebikes

Post by agniusm » Feb 05 2021 10:57am

MorbidlyObeseKoala wrote:
Feb 04 2021 11:10am
Seriously awesome work there. I'd love to see a build thread on your custom power tool batteries.

For folks that have a few toys and don't rely on them for commuting, I still think having swappable power tool brick batteries is a great option. Not to mention you can rely on your tools to last much longer without worrying about going to the hardware store and finding out they don't make the ones in the proper shape to fit your tool anymore.
I have files on cults3d. You can print everything at home. Its for older type pcb without bms but i have design for new bms boards too.
https://cults3d.com/en/3d-model/gadget/ ... ita-module

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